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Deut.

abbr. Bible
Deuteronomy
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Deut.

abbreviation for
(Bible) Deuteronomy
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The Peace Festival begins with the Feast of Peace Offering (Deut. 27:5, Lev 19:5), which begins on 30th July to 4th August, 2019.
The new generation of people about to enter the land promised them needed to hear and obey the laws of God that would set them apart as a wise and discerning people (Deut. 4:1-2, 5-8), secure their well-being, and bring them blessings (Deut.
Sunday at 11am Child Dedication Service (Deut. 6:4-9 'Modelling Godly Living') with Rev Hamish Wishart; 2pm Wallace View Care Home service and 6.30pm service (1 Samuel 9:1-10:8 'Annointing A King') with Mr Wishart.
The people who remembered "My father was a wandering Aramean" (Deut. 26:5), also preserved a hopeful narrative of going to a new homeland.
The JPS translation follows, with my disambiguation of the second person as being either singular or plural, as the verse switches midstream, something that is difficult to capture in the English: Remembersg--never forget, how yousg provoked the Lord, yoursg God to anger in the wilderness: from the day that yousg left the land of Egypt until youpl reached this place, youpl have continued defiantpl toward the Lord (Deut. 9:7).
26 and Deut. 28 with curses found in the third millennium, early second millennium, middle second millennium, late second millennium, and first millennium (part 3, pp.
(Deut. 22:10)." With proclamations in or out of context, Matheson creates a God who soon defines himself as arbitrary, drama-obsessed, and misogynistic.
Choose life so that you and your descendants may live" (Deut. 30:19).
(15) The land to which Israel was led after the exodus from Egypt was seen as God's gift to the elect people (Deut. 26:5-10; cf.
21:5; Deut. 15:16a]; (2) a statement made during a legal confrontation or procedure [e.g.
(90.) See, for example, Deut. 28 generally and in particular vv.